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Corporate finance, bank or consultancy?

 
#1 Corporate finance, bank or consultancy?
25/11/2009 14:10

me

For analyst roles (modelling, valuations etc.) you see ads for positions in corporate finance both from banks and from consultancies (typically PwC and KPMG).

Can anyone shed some light on what the differences would typically be between CF roles with banks and with consultancies?

Pay, opportunities, culture, work load etc. etc.

Thanks!

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#2 RE: Corporate finance, bank or consultancy?
25/11/2009 15:15

DCF to me (#1)

People in CF at banks will tend to look down on their equivalents in the accountancy firms.

The accountancy firms tend to concentrate on fairly piddling deals.

Never worked for a bank so can offer no comparison on culture etc but at the accountants, the pay is likely to be much less unless the bank pays zero bonus in a given year. Hours will generally be lighter but may be consistently or sufficiently so to be worth the pay differential.

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#3 RE: Corporate finance, bank or consultancy?
25/11/2009 17:35

DCF to DCF (#2)

Or may not - which is what I meant.

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